Published Enclosure for the PiSupply LoraWan TTN Gateway 6 months ago
Commented on E3D version of NeoTko's Symmetric Dual Fans for UMO 7 months ago
I just did a quick check and it is indeed around 70mm. I just used an M3 rod which I cut at the desired length. On one side I have a NylStop nut glued with green Loctite (it is the top side you can see on the pictures).
Published Antenna support 7 months ago
Published Enclosure for LoraWan TTN Gateway: Raspberry Pi + RAK831 8 months ago
Commented on Compact mount for E3D-v6 hot end on Ultimaker Original 9 months ago
Updated Enclosure for DIY LoraWan gateway for "The Things Network" 10 months ago
Updated Enclosure for "The Things Network" node 11 months ago
Published Enclosure for "The Things Network" node with GPS 11 months ago
Commented on Compact mount for E3D-v6 hot end on Ultimaker Original 11 months ago
Mmmmh... You might have scaling issues with your printer, I checked the model and the outer diameter is already 16.2mm See: https://images2.imgbox.com/24/15/VBIpdQkw_o.png I am happy to make an version for you, but you would need to tell me how much bigger it needs to be. Also I am not sure to understand how suppressing the chamfer would make it easier, it can only make it harder (but we might not talk about the same chamfer ;) ) Note that you will need a very tight fit to avoid any movement of the head in the mount. The bottom-middle part is just there to keep the head in place horizontally, there should be no need to press: the head won't move up/down as it is locked in the groove. For my printer, I initially printed in nGen as first iteration, and used it to print a new one in PolyCarbonate. For the final one, I think I filed a bit the groove to have a smooth fit, and added epoxy glue to avoid any play -- just to be sure (there was some play at the end with the nGen version, but I guess printing 280°C+ was a bit too hot for the nGen...)
Published Enclosure for "The Things Network" node about 1 year ago
Commented on Enclosure for DIY LoraWan gateway for "The Things Network" about 1 year ago
It is not an OpenSCAD project -- I just referenced the OpenSCAD project that inspired me. If you want to modify, the original STEP file is already uploaded.